Date and time: Thursday November 3, 2022 14:30-17:00 (Beijing Time)
Host: China Development Institute and Hong Kong Financial Research Institute of Bank of China
Over the past 30 years, APEC cooperation has made significant progress. Since the implementation of the Bogor Goals 28 years ago, trade and investment liberalization and facilitation in the Asia-Pacific region has achieved remarkable results. Against the backdrop of risks and uncertainties in the global economy caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and supply chain disruption, the Asian region today boasts one of the most dynamic economies in the world and it has been able to enhance regional coordination and strengthen regional economic resilience under the APEC framework, while providing momentum for Asia-Pacific economic recovery.
Looking forward, the achievement of the APEC 2040 Vision requires robust dialogue, stakeholder engagement, as well as effective cooperation to reshape trust and confident relationships. In this webinar, the debate will be focused on how Asian economies could further strengthen regional trade relations and coordination through innovation and inclusiveness while achieving win-win cooperation.
Focus for Debate
- What are the new trends and opportunities for Asia-Pacific economic and trade cooperation in the post-pandemic era?
- How should the Asian economies make full use of APEC framework and jointly stabilize global industrial chain and supply chain, while supporting multilateral trading system such as WTO and empowering more countries to reap greater benefits?
- How should Asian economies explore new cooperation in areas such as digital and green development, and facilitate welcoming, transparent, impartial and market-oriented business environment for enterprises in Asia Pacific?
*Available in English and Chinese.
*For more details, please contact Mr. Kris Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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